Sunday, September 10, 2006

The spies control the leaders of the political parties?

The Independent on Sunday (UK), on 3 September 2006, had an article about former MI6 spy Richard Tomlinson.

The article revealed that, according to Tomlinson, the former leader of the UK Liberal Democrat party Paddy Ashdown was an officer in MI6.

According to former spy David Shayler, Tony Blair may have worked for MI5.

aangirfan: Shayler: 'Blair was an MI5 agent'.

Tim Luckhurst wrote in the June 15, 2003, Sunday Times:

Dorril says that politicians including Dewar, John Smith, Gordon Brown, George Foulkes, George Robertson and Robin Cook were precisely the types the intelligence services longed to see take control of the Labour party and he believes that contemporaries and acquaintances of these leading Scottish Labour figures took active roles in organisations sponsored and endorsed by MI6 and the CIA.

"Elizabeth Smith (John Smith's widow) was approached. So was Margaret "Meta" Ramsay, president of the Scottish National Union of Students between 1959 and 1961, who worked at the Fund for International Student Co-operation (FISC) where the organiser was George Foulkes. "In 1969 the Radical Student Alliance published a pamphlet alleging that FISC was a CIA front," says Dorril. "That was denied, but in 1969 Ramsay joined MI6. She was a specialist in the Scandinavian states."

Margaret 'Meta' Ramsay - SourceWatch

aangirfan: Former UK Labour Party leader John Smith was linked to ...

aangirfan: David Cameron, Dame Pauline Neville-Jones and QinetiQ.


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